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Fans enjoy the action during the Super Sunday football treat between fierce rivals Jericho FC and Kayole Asubuhi that ended 1-0 in favour of Jericho at City Stadium on 4 June.

Besides the three matches matches that headline the Super Sunday extravaganza, five other round 14 matches were played at different venues. NYSA, TUK, Blue Stars and Kabete United were winners in their respective fixtures as the first leg nears the final lap.

NYSA 5-1 METRO SPORTS FC
In a midweek clash at Ngong Posta grounds, Fredrick Otieno’sNgando Youth Association (NYSA) trashed Metro Sports FC 5-1 at home to enhance their chances of catching up with the league leaders Kawangware as the win brings them to 30 points, at second spot.

FadhiliMigabo hit a second half brace (61’ & 75’) that compounded their emphatic victory sparked by other goals in the first half from Elis Tsavai, FadhiliMigambo and a late winner by GofreyBandi who ensured the West Conference newbies inked their third straight win.

Peter Mwadime spared the Sportsmen the blushes by netting the consolation on the 80th minute as the loss sees the Mathare North based side coached by Ezekiel Akwana return to 10th with 18 points.

TEAM UMEME 0-3 TUK FC
At Ziwani Sports grounds, Team Umeme let go of yet another three points following their 3-0 humiliation by experienced TUK FC. A double from combative striker Stephen Kwach and a last minute strike by Evans Otieno lifted the former champs to 6th spot with 22 points.

AggreyOngoli’s newly promoted Umeme drop further to 12th with 16 points.

MACMILLAN 1-1 KIAMBIU YOUTH FC
On form forward Valdo Madegwa rescued a point for Kiambiu Youth FC as he buried home a last minute penalty to hold fellow relegation threatened Macmillan FC 1-1 at Landi Mawe grounds.

David Karanja had sprung the newbies to an early first half lead on the 28 minute as the hosts looked to pick their first win in 8 attempts but a late rally from Kiambiu saw Oliver Irakunoro receive a straight red after foul within the opponents box resulting to the penalty converted by Madegwa.
Macmillan stay 14th with 9 points as Kiambiu stays 13 with 11 points.

SHAURI MOYO BLUE STARS FC 1-0 AJAX YOUTH FC
Troubles seems far from easing for Rongai based Ajax Youth FC whose battle at the foot of the log turned from bad to worse following another devastating defeat this time to Shauri Moyo Blue Stars FC beat them 1-0.

JumaOuma scored the only goal of the game for the hosts in the opening moments of the second half to inflict Ajax with their 9th loss of the season which leaves them cemented at the foot of the table with 16 points. Blue Stars who got their first win in four matches are tied on 16 points with Umeme who sit 12th with a lessor goal count.

KABETE UNITED 2-1 OLE RONGAI FC
At Kabete ACK grounds, Ole Rongai’s woes seemed far from easing after another defeat at the hands of home team Kabete United who hit them 1-2 to consign them at the base of the chart at 15 with a pitiful 6 points from 14 matches.

Kabete took the lead on the 32nd minute through a Kennedy Ochieng strike which lasted for five minutes as the visitors replied through their dependable forward Kevin Mtarakwa who scored their only goal of the match. Steve King’ori scored the winner at the stroke of full time to spur the Peter Opiyo charges to 8th on the log with 21 points from seven wins and a similar amount of losses.

COLLATED ROUND 14 RESULTS
MELTAH KABIRIA FC 3-1 MASA
NYSA 5-1 METRO SPORTS FC
JERICHO FC 1-0 KAYOLE ASUBUHI FC
KABETE UNITED 2-1 OLE RONGAI FC
SHAURI MOYO BLUS TARS FC 1-0 AJAX YOUTH FC
KAWANGAWARE UNITED 3-1 ZAMALEK FC